eInfochips Shines Again with Twin ISG Standout Case Studies in 2023

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eInfochips, an Arrow Electronics company, a provider of leading-edge product engineering and digital transformation services, announced that two of its client engagements have been recognized as Standout Case Studies by ISG, in the energy and healthcare, and life sciences categories within the North American region.

eInfochips was recognized for its contribution to the development of ELSA, a “Brilliant Assistant” smart surgical display platform designed to streamline workflows and integrate AI into operating rooms. eInfochips ELSA has delivered significant value, with the client SoftAcuity, a medical technology provider, estimating a tenfold increase in ROI, highlighting the transformative impact of this solution.

According to ISG, this case study exemplifies collaborative new product development driven by specialized technological and engineering expertise.

The second standout recognizes eInfochips’ role in developing a scalable, multi-tenant cloud platform for Phillips & Temro Industries, a global OEM and aftermarket provider of thermal and electrical solutions. eInfochips The platform optimizes electric vehicle (EV) charging management, facilitating significant advancements in charger efficiency and system manageability. ISG recognizes this case study as a prime example of engineering-led transformation and a platform-based approach to supporting long-term business strategies.

Chosen through a rigorous evaluation process, eInfochips ISG Case Study Standouts, an evolution of the ISG Digital Case Study Awards program, recognize the best-in-class work done by service providers in collaboration with enterprise clients.

“Getting recognized by ISG three years in a row underscores our commitment to driving innovation and delivering tangible value to our clients,” said Bharath Aitha, vice president of marketing at eInfochips. eInfochips “We are honored to be recognized for our transformative work in both the energy and healthcare and life sciences sectors.”